0 Credits ACADEMIC YEAR


Pre-requisites: SCS6057, SCS6062


Co-requisites: SCS6059

Aims/Description: All students following a qualifying level social work programmes are expected to undertake a total of 200 practice learning days, including approved independent study time. The first practice placement is for 78 days, including 4 preparatory skills days prior to placement commencement which will contribute to the assessment of a student's readiness to undertake direct practice and 4 further (a total of 8) skills development days, as set out in the new national curriculum proposals, designed to enhance student learning on more specialist skills. It consolidates and builds students' skills relating social work theories and approaches, life course development, legislation, policy and guidance informing practice. It provides opportunities to apply this knowledge to direct work with service users in a diverse range of settings; and to develop skills in working in organisations and increase their understanding of, and skills in, multi-disciplinary practice.

Restrictions on availability: Restricted to students studying on the MA in Social Work.

Staff Contact: DILLON JOANNE
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Placements, Independent Study

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